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"A Vote For Castle Is A Vote For Hillary!"

As is continually the case, the Republicans this year will be espousing the mantra that, “A vote for Castle/Bradley in the 2016 Presidential election is a vote for Hillary.” That will certainly resonate with many voters who might otherwise be tempted to vote for the Constitution Party candidates running in Ohio as Independents because the Constitution Party has been denied ballot access by the Ohio Legislature via the 2013 Senate Bill 193. SB193 was aimed at taking Libertarian candidate Charlie Earl off the ballot when it seemed that Governor Kasich’s re-election was in jeopardy and “a vote for Earl would have been a vote for the Democrat.” In 2012, we in the Constitution Party heard the mantra time and again that a vote for Virgil Goode (the Constitution Party candidate that year) was a vote for Barack Obama. Actually, if all of the votes for all third Party candidates in 2012 had gone for Mitt Romney instead, Obama would have still won by a 2% margin. The “third” Party candidates did not elect Barack Obama, the Republicans did by nominating Romney – a moderate at best, and many times more of a progressive/liberal candidate. The Republicans are the ones that drove off (and turned off) a lot of voters by their ill treatment of any contender that had a semblance of conservatism and ultimately by their shameful treatment of Ron Paul at their national nominating convention. People I consider friends have asked me repeatedly things such as, “So how do you like your President thus far (i.e. Obama)?” knowing that I worked to get Virgil Goode on the ballot in Ohio and supported him for President. I have already heard people state a number of times that we need to exercise our right to vote this year, we just need to vote for the lesser of two evils. So how does one do that when one of the candidates is evil incarnate while the other candidate is an “expert” in accordance with the old joke that “X” is an unknown quantity and a “spurt” is a drip under pressure. Years ago, J. Edgar Hoover, the first Director of the FBI, wrote that one can only trust the Communists to be Communists. I see the same characteristic in the two “major party” candidates this year, i.e. “One can only trust Hillary to be Hillary and Trump to be the Donald.” Both are egotistic opportunists that can only be trusted to do what they believe seems to be best for him or her at any particular moment. Thus, people have a real dilemma this year: Does one vote for...More

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